Definition of abstractum
: an abstract entity (such as a universal, a relation, a class name) whiteness and virtue are abstracta —contrasted with concretum
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Origin and Etymology of abstractum
borrowed from Medieval Latin, neuter of abstractus 1abstract
First Known Use: 1728
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